Biba urges quick end to the "days of grace"

The British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) is putting pressure on insurers, in light of the Greenaway Report into uninsured drivers, to speak with a common voice on their "days of grace" period or to risk facing two years of complete confusion.

Biba said that insurers should not confound the market by changing to a range of dates, as has been suggested, of either five, seven, 10 and 14 days. Instead the association called for a far greater sense of uniformity, with the number of days

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